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Hurricane Florence power outages top 500,000, could hit 3 million as storm unleashes fury

USATODAY.com Friday, 14 September 2018
Hurricane Florence power outages top 500,000, could hit 3 million as storm unleashes furyPower outages from Hurricane Florence, which made landfall this morning in Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina, have topped 500,000 customers.
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News video: Florence Knocking Out Power For Up To 2.5 Million In Carolinas

Florence Knocking Out Power For Up To 2.5 Million In Carolinas 01:48

Down from its hurricane category 4 high, Florence is still bringing heavy rains and knocking out electricity throughout the Carolinas. CBS2's Courtney Zubowski reports.

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